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firm 1

adjective

  • 1 the ground is fairly firm
    hard, solid, unyielding, resistant;
    solidified, hardened, compacted, compressed, dense, stiff, rigid, frozen, set
    [Antonyms] soft, yielding
  • 2 firm foundations
    secure, secured, stable, steady, strong, fixed, fast, set, taut, tight;
    immovable, irremovable, stationary, motionless
    [Antonyms] unstable
  • 3 a firm handshake
    strong, vigorous, sturdy, forceful
    [Antonyms] limp
  • 4 I was very firm about what I wanted a firm supporter
    adamant, emphatic, insistent, single-minded, in earnest, wholehearted;
    hardline, committed, dyed-in-the-wool
    [Antonyms] irresolute
  • 5 firm friends
    close, good, intimate, inseparable, dear, special, fast;
    constant, devoted, loving, faithful, long-standing, steady, steadfast, rock-steady
    [Antonyms] distant
  • 6 firm plans
    definite, fixed, settled, decided, established, confirmed, agreed;
    unalterable, unchangeable, irreversible
    [Antonyms] indefinite
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    firm 2

    noun

  • 1 an accounting firm
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